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I am a Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of York since September 2014. I hold a DPhil in Politics from the University of Oxford (Nuffield College). I am also a Doctor Member of the Juan March Institute (Madrid), where I received a Master’s Degree in Social Sciences. Prior to joining the Department of Politics at York, I was a Research Associate at the University of Manchester.
My dissertation, The Politics of Distribution, was awarded with the 2012 Arthur McDougall Fund Prize for the best dissertation on elections, electoral systems or representation. Part of my doctoral work was also conducted at Princeton University, where I was a visiting researcher (2009-2010).
You can find more information about my research in my academic website: http://www.ignaciojurado.com
I welcome PhD supervisions on elections, globalization, political geography, and distributive politics.
My research interests lie at the intersection between comparative political economy, and electoral behaviour and combines the use of observational data, survey experiments, and quasi-experimental methods. I am the PI of the ESRC project “Democratic Dissatisfaction in Southern Europe” and am involved in other projects on the political consequences of the economic crisis, globalization, distributive politics and political geography. I welcome PhD supervisions on any of these topics.